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Roose Law PLC - Southfield, MI

29829 Greenfield Road Suite 102 Southfield, MI 48076

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Updated: 10/23/2020

Southfield Bankruptcy Law Firm

Overview

Serving Detroit, MI and beyond, Roose Law PLC offers superior legal representation for clients facing bankruptcy, foreclosures and overwhelming debt. Attorney Adam M. Roose practices exclusively in the field of consumer bankruptcy. We can handle every aspect of both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases.

We specialize in saving houses from foreclosure. We’re not afraid to stand up to the debt barons so you can get your life back on track. We will work hard to achieve the best resolution for ...

About Roose Law PLC

Practice Areas

  • Bankruptcy

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Office Information

Address

29829 Greenfield Road Suite 102 Southfield, MI 48076

Office Hours

Extended hours available by appointment

Fax

  • 248-331-1203

Other Offices

Roose Law PLC 18600 Florence Street Suite B4 Roseville, MI 48066 877-228-0882

Roose Law PLC 432 North Saginaw St. Suite 400 Flint, MI 48502 810-444-6187

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